The Standard Mental Health First Aid course for members of the public are as scheduled as follow:

Days: Fridays and Saturdays

Time: 9am to 4pm (lunch between 12-1pm, with 15 minute breaks)​​

Scheduled dates for 2020:

  • 9 and 10 Oct

  • 23 and 24 Oct

  • 6 and 7 Nov

  • 20 and 21 Nov

  • 4 and 5 Dec

Location: Ellenbrook Community and Youth Services Hub Boardroom

Level 2, 38 Main Street, Ellenbrook 6069 (View Map) Free parking is available with easy walking access to food retail shops.

Note: There is a minimum number of 6 participants for this venue. If there are less than 6 participants, the training will be held in a different location in Ellenbrook, to be advised prior to the commencement of course.


Community participant cost: $210.00. Light refreshments provided. Lunch not included.

Participant numbers: Limited to 12 per session for better interaction and engagement.

The MHFA course is open to anyone 18 years and older. Even though BROS GLOBAL's work is with men's personal development, mental health and wellbeing, the training applies to everyone of different gender and diverse backgrounds.


Follow the link below to make a booking. An invoice will be sent to you upon acceptance of registration. Please read the Terms and Conditions of cancellations that will be attached to your invoice.


For Corporate Bookings, please contact me directly with organisation details and number of employees. You can also download the MHFA Flyer for Organisations here.


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BROS GLOBAL acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia as the first inhabitants of this nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we are established.

BROS GLOBAL recognises diverse communities who, through their lived experiences, help to guide our research, resources and training development for men's mental health, wellbeing and personal development.

BROS GLOBAL respectfully acknowledges those who have died or have been affected by suicide or intentional self-harm. We are committed to ensuring our work continues to inform improvements in both community awareness and prevention of suicide and self-harm.

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